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E-levy: Minority rejects reduction to 1.5%

E-levy: Minority rejects reduction to 1.5%

Minority in Parliament has on today, Friday, 28 January 2022 opposed a reduction to 1.5 percent from the initial 1.75 percent E-levy proposed by government.



The E-levy was reduced to 1.5 percent by Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta following the Minority’s refusal of the initial 1.75 percent.

However, the Minority is still opposed to the levy.

Minority leader, Haruna Iddrisu who led the side to reject the new levy rate noted that the proposed 1.5 percent is insignificant.

Parliament had resorted to deliberate on the levy although it was not part of its agenda for the week, due to Speaker, Alban Bagbin’s scheduled travel to the United Arab Emirates for medical review on Monday, 31 January 2022.



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